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Vic Carucci covers the Bills and NFL for The Buffalo News. He is a Pro Football Hall of Fame selector, has authored nine books about pro football and is a past president of the Professional Football Writers of America.

PITTSFORD -- Cordy Glenn's offseason ended with him watching practice from the sidelines while wearing a walking boot for his injured left ankle. Now, the Buffalo Bills' left offensive tackle is out of the boot and taking part in training camp, which began Thursday night at St. John Fisher College. He was with the starting group during the first full team sessi…

With their first practice of training camp less than 24 hours away, the Buffalo Bills shook up their quarterback depth chart by trading Cardale Jones to the Los Angeles Chargers for a conditional draft pick. Jones, who joined the Bills last year as a fourth-round choice from Ohio State, seemingly was a long-shot to make the Buffalo roster. He received the fewest prac…

One day before the start of training camp, the Buffalo Bills announced that safety Colt Anderson won't be ready to join his teammates on the field at St. John Fisher College. The Bills announced Wednesday that Anderson has been designated as active/physically unable to perform with a foot injury. In 2016, Anderson signed a one-year contract with the Bills as a reser…

It's 25 years later, yet a strong connection remains between the Super Bowl Buffalo Bills and the version trying to remove the stigma of owning the longest playoff drought in sports. You probably won't notice it unless you're able to keenly analyze video of the team's offensive-line play in the early 1990s, when Kent Hull, Will Wolford, Howard Ballard, Jim Ritch…

The Buffalo Bills Monday hosted free-agent wide receiver Anquan Boldin and three free-agent defensive linemen, but the players departed without signing. The Bills could use some experienced depth at wide receiver, especially with the No. 1 man at the position, Sammy Watkins, returning from his second foot surgery, and a rookie, Zay Jones, projected to fill the No. 2 spo…

Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Adolphus Washington Monday pleaded not guilty in a court appearance in Cincinnati to a misdemeanor charge of improperly carrying a concealed weapon. The charge is connected to Washington's July 7 arrest at a water park. A clerk in the Hamilton County Municipal Criminal and Traffic Court said a pre-trial hearing for Washington is set …

Memories, some painful and some humiliating, came rushing back when Rick Dennison made his first walk through the tunnel of New Era Field as offensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills. “It was eerie,” he said. Dennison has plenty of training camp recollections from nine seasons as a player and 21 as a coach in the NFL. He’ll add more when the Bills set up shop …

This is the last of a three-part series examining how the rest of the AFC East fared during the offseason. Today's installment looks at the New York Jets. Let the painful process begin. You want to get good? First, you'd better get bad. Really, really bad. At least, that's what the New York Jets believe is the best way to eventually end a playoff drought that…

This is the second of a three-part series examining how the rest of the AFC East fared during the offseason. Today's installment looks at the Miami Dolphins. The Miami Dolphins didn't approach the offseason looking to make a big splash, as they did with the $114-million contract they gave free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh in 2015. This time, they were…

This is the last of a series that examines where the Buffalo Bills stand at each position heading into training camp, which begins July 27. Today’s installment looks at special teams. One of the Buffalo Bills' more aggressive moves in free agency was to acquire the best available kicker in the open market. The statement the new regime made by signing Stephe…